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19" Konig Sideways Wheels 350z 370z G35 Coupe Magnum Charger 300 Mustang Rims on

US $495.00

La Crescenta, California, US

La Crescenta, California, US

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Four New 19x9.5" Konig "Sideways" Wheels (No Tires), 5x114.3mm Lug pattern with 25mm offset to fit Nissan 350z / 370z G35 and G37 Coupe ... Dodge Magnum Charger / Charger and 1994-04 Ford Mustang

lease double check the fittment of this wheels on your car with a professional "before bidding". Some Vehicles may need spacers and/or modifications to make this wheels fit at buyer's cost.

First factory-built wheelchair-accessible vehicle hits the market

Fri, 23 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Before Wednesday, the only wheelchair-accessible vehicles available to the public were aftermarket conversions that generally came with structural modifications and a price tag ranging from $50,000 to $80,000. Now, a startup company called the Vehicle Production Group (VPG) has released the first vehicle specifically assembled to accommodate people in wheelchairs, with an MSRP of $39,950. The vehicle is called the MV-1, which stands for Mobility Vehicle 1, and it was built for the disabled community.

Bentley Continental V8 (2012) first official pictures

Mon, 12 Dec 2011 00:00:00 -0800

This is the new 'downsized' Bentley Continental - the new 2012 V8. Downsizing is relative, of course, but it's a significant move from Bentley as it expands the Conti range down from the lofty heights of today's 6.0 W12. The new Continental V8 coupe and GTC V8 convertible premiere the VW group's new 4.0-litre V8, codeveloped with Audi.

Cadillac CTS Coupe launches in LA +Video

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 00:00:00 -0800

Cadillac CTS Coupe gets official unveil at the LA Auto Show It’s not long since GM revealed that the CTS was going to spawn a Coupe version to go with the Estate (station Wagon), and even less time since we learned there is a going to be a Coupe version of the CTS-V – the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe. Which is now one step closer to reality with the official reveal of the CTS Coupe at the Los Angeles Motor Show, following on from the CTS Coupe announcement last week. Due to go on sale in Spring 2010 (I suppose we’re back to US model years – does that make it a 2011 CTS Coupe?), the CTS Coupe takes the oily bits from the saloon/sedan and puts them in to a very convincing, muscular coupe that sits lower and wider than its four-door sibling.